Ph.D. Geography, University of Georgia
M.S. Geography, Northern Illinois University
B.S. Meteorology, Northern Illinois University
Dr. Black is interested in atmospheric hazards, climate extremes, and their impact on society.
Black, A.W., G. Villarini, and T.L. Mote, 2017: Effects of Rainfall on Vehicle Crashes in Six U.S. States. Weather, Climate, and Society, 9, 53–70.
Miller, P., A.W. Black, C.A. Williams, and J.A. Knox, 2016: Quantitative Assessment of Human Wind Speed Overestimation. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 55, 1009–1020.
Miller, P., A.W. Black, C.A. Williams, and J.A. Knox, 2016: Maximum Wind Gusts Associated with Human-Reported Nonconvective Wind Events and a Comparison to Current Warning Issuance Criteria. Weather and Forecasting, 31, 451–465.
Black, A.W., and T.L. Mote, 2015: Effects of Winter Precipitation on Automobile Collisions, Injuries, and Fatalities in the United States. Journal of Transport Geography, 48, 165–175.
Black, A.W., and T.L. Mote, 2015: Assessment of automobile and aviation fatalities due to winter precipitation. Weather, Climate, and Society, 7, 133–145.
GEOG 2210: Fundamentals of Emergency Management